E-Vac™ DPS50

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The DPS50 is one of the smallest chemical duty dry vacuum pumps available for challenging gases.  It has long life seals and bearing along with the one piece rotor/shaft to be one of the most reliable dry vacuum pumps on the market today.  Vacuum you can count on!

This dry running horizontal screw vacuum pump is ideal for smaller capacity applications, at 50 acfm.  Commonly used for point of use vacuum such as; laboratory, small batch operations, perfumes, specialty chemical, pigments, drying, laboratory rotovaps, laboratory house vacuum.  Long life seals and bearings keep maintenance costs down and it can be run via VFD to match your capacity and vacuum needs in real time.  Small footprint and energy efficient dry vacuum pump producing vacuum you can count on!

Rotation Speed

1500-3600 rpm

Nominal Pump Capacity

50 ACFM (85 m3/hr)

Ultimate Vacuum

0.1 Torr (mmHgA)


330 Lbs (150kg)

  1. 5 out of 5

    The first thing I would suggest is a thguoroh search of the RV to determine if a field animal got into the vehicle. A dead mammal reeks and it is a very strong smell that won’t go away, even with an airing out. After you have made sure that is not the problem, I would suggest two main steps that are quite easy to accomplish. Additionally, there are some optional steps should you require an all out attack on odor.1. Go to home improvement store and buy product called “Damp Rid.” This is one product that truly delivers. Use it as directed and you will be amazed to find it soaks up humidity, dampness and odors. (I use it in my teenager’s closets and any place that remains closed to air circulation.)2. Place some bowls of white vinegar througout the RV for a few days. Ignore the vinegar smell, as it will dissipate eventually, along with the odors. After a few days, air out the RV and you should find the air smells much cleaners. (Someone suggested this treatment would rid a house of fish smells after cooking, and it works REMARKABLY well for fish or any other stinky smell.)3. You may want to sprinkle some baking soda over the carpet and on the bedding, and chairs to tackle left over odors.4. Spray “Oust” spray or Lysol disenfectant spray throughout.If all else fails, hire a pest control person to search (for an up-front agreed upon price) for dead rodents. Good luck!

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